The young, charming pianists actually come from Austria, where they developed their careers and have formed a wonderful piano duo which they performed with rich repertoire. They presented part of it in collaboration with AGBU Chamber Orchestra Sofia, conducted by Levon Manukyan. The first piece was very interesting, as a version: Spring and Summer by Vivaldi, as the role of the solo violin was replaced by the two pianos. A bold and daring challenge to that famous piece , which the pianists and the orchestra accepted and performed with energy and mastery. The second joint event was extremely interesting for any audience Carnival of Animals of Saint-Saens. This master piece is one of the best examples for interactions between the roles of solo accompaniment and the composer. In addition to the wonderful interpretation of Donka and Nare, the role of the orchestra was remarkable- as an ensemble on the one hand, and on the other hand as a set of individuals with wonderful instrumental capabilities manifested in the famous solos of flute, clarinet, double bass, cello. The final result was an impressive "parade" of the animal world, presented with music, which brought real pleasure to the audience. The concert itself continued with several solo performances of the piano duo. The two ladies really took off in the various plays by Piazzolla, Babajanyan, Harutyunyan, Deiniku and Vladigerov. The differences in style of works were performed with virtuoso technique and mastery of interpretation, which supported the pianists to once again captured the hearts of the audience. That was wonderful end of the concert on the first day of autumn.